Apple Pay launches in Poland

Apple Pay is now available in the 38.5 million people market of Poland

About a month following Apple Pay’s debut in Ukraine, the Apple-branded mobile payment service on Tuesday went live in Poland, the sixth most populous member state of the European Union with a population of approximately 38.5 million people.

Now customers can add an eligible Visa or MasterCard credit or debit card issued by participating banks and financial institutions to the Wallet app in order to start using Apple Pay on their iPhone, iPad, Mac or Apple Watch in stores, apps and on websites.

Apple’s official Apple Pay availability webpage lists the following supported banks:

  • BGZ BNP Paribas
  • Bank Zachodni WBK
  • Alior Bank
  • Raiffeisen Polbank
  • Nest Bank
  • mBank
  • Bank Pekao
  • Getin Bank

The Apple Pay website in Poland is now live. Counting today’s expansion, Apple Pay is currently available in more than three-dozen global markets.

This isn’t the only Apple Pay expansion planned for 2018. According to Apple CEO Tim Cook, we know that the mobile payment service is scheduled to arrive in Norway later this year.

In April, Apple Pay launched in Brazil.

Apple might be planning onĀ partnering with investment bank Goldman Sachs to offer a branded Apple Pay credit credit to its users some time in early 2019, according to one rumor.